Yummy Cracker. Learn Sign Language!
Video Transcript: Cracker, C-R-A-C-K-E-R. This is going to involve your elbow and your “S” hand. You’re going to knock on your elbow two times. (Note, this sign can be done with the “A” hand as well. It’s really just using your fist hand shape.
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“Who Put Crackers In My Soup?”
Our children may be too young to remember Shirley Temple but they’re never too young to learn one of her iconic songs. Use our “How to Sign Cracker” video to teach him/her the sign for cracker then use the sign while learning “Animal Crackers in My Soup”
Here are the lyrics incase your Shirley Temple memory bank is a little rusty:
Animal crackers in my soup
Monkeys and rabbits loop the loop
Gosh, oh gee! but I have fun
Swallowing animals one by one
For instance, there’s our Janitor
His name is Mr. Klein
And when he hollers at us kids
He reminds me of a lion
The grocer is so big and fat
He has a big mustache
He looks just like a walrus
Just before he takes a splash!
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